Delayed processes are ubiquitous in nature and technology, and it is often required to explicitly include time delay into dynamical models to describe the studied phenomena in a satisfactory way. The need for using delayed reactions in kinetic models appeared in the literature already in the 1990s . In delayed kinetic models, we assume that the consumption of the reactants is immediate, while the product formation for any delayed reaction starts after a given constant time specific to the reaction. Recently, the notion of complex balance and the corresponding stability properties have been generalized for delayed reaction networks . In this lecture, we address the kinetic realization problem for delayed models, where the task is to construct a reaction graph for a set of polynomial delayed differential equations. We define the reaction graph for delayed models similarly to [2,3]. Then, necessary and sufficient conditions are given for the kinetic realizability of nonnegative delayed polynomial models, and it is shown that such models can be rewritten into a form where the complex composition and the structure of the reaction graph explicitly appear. Using this representation, we give a systematic method to compute the so-called canonical reaction graph of delayed kinetic models, which is known from  in the classical non-delayed case.
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